Hungersnot Madagaskar
Hungersnot Madagaskar

"The Children are so incredibly thin"

Famine in Madagascar

SOS Children’s Villages

We create a loving, dignified and warm home for children in need, and support families who are in difficult situations. We ensure that children and adolescents have access to education and medical care. In 137 countries around the world and with over 2700 programs and projects, we offer sustainable help, on a long-term and targeted basis – with the support of our donors.

Donate wisely - give twice

Change the world for families in need, in poverty or after disasters: Give the gift of goats, emergency aid packages, water pumps or microcredits. Donate just like that or in the name of your loved ones on their birthday instead of flowers or chocolates. You can be sure of double the joy!

  • Goat

    for families in Niger
    A goat can work wonders because it can feed an entire family in Africa. The aid for families service of SOS...
    CHF 30.00
  • Emergency package

    Refugee aid for families
    Provide food and hygiene items to families in need.The poorest are hit particularly hard by disasters, as they often...
    CHF 85.00
  • Waterpump

    for the simple watering of the fields
    When the rain doesn’t fall: a family with a smallholding can water their field with afoot-powered water...
    CHF 170.00

News

Informations about current topics, stories, events, projects and developments of the SOS Children's Villages work.

  • Liechtenstein supports Emergency Programme in Ethiopia

    CHF 100'000

    The Liechtenstein Government supports the emergency aid programme in Tigray, Ethiopia, with CHF 100'000 More
  • There for children in crises for 11 years

    Crisis professional with heart

    As a crisis foster mother, Gabi Grössing offers a temporary home to children in need More
  • Huge despair

    "Children are so incredibly thin"

    In the south of Madagascar, hunger and desperation are taking on dramatic forms! More

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